Get Your Ticket Now for Michigan 2031 on April 14 and Get a Free Copy of Josh Linkner’s NYT Best Selling Book, Disciplined Dreaming

Here at Xconomy, we know something about the great investor-entrepreneur relationships that are often behind the best companies: not only are we a startup ourselves, we write about the venture capital and startup scene every day—often chronicling the efforts of investors and entrepreneurs needed to weather the storms a company faces before it can be truly successful.

As you may have heard, on April 14th, Xconomy is hosting Michigan 2031, a forum for some of the state’s best thinkers to envision Michigan’s high tech economy 20 years from now.

But if you stack our knowledge up against that of …well, let’s just not go there. Josh Linkner is the founder, chairman and former CEO of the largest interactive promotion agency in the world, ePrize. He is also CEO and managing partner of Detroit Ventures, a new venture firm by Quicken Loans founder Dan Gilbert to support promising local high tech companies.

Now, we are pleased to announce another great partnership of sorts—between Josh Linkner and Xconomy. Linkner, who serves as an Xconomist for our Detroit bureau, has just donated 25 copies of his acclaimed book Disciplined Dreaming: A Proven System To Drive Breakthrough Creativity. This New York Times best selling book will go to the next 25 people who buy a non-student ticket for Michigan 2031.

So act now to get your ticket. Michigan 2031 features great speakers like Beringea co-founder Charlie Rothstein, Arboretum Ventures managing director Jan Garfinkle, and tech entrepreneur Dug Song.

You can see the rest of the lineup and get your tickets here. Act fast, and your copy of Disciplined Dreaming will be waiting for you at Michigan 2031.(You must be present to get it, otherwise we will give it to someone else). I hope to see you there.

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